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Leefield Advertiser i
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16.
. 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Mre. T. E. Woodson moves to
Augusta this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F^ Lewis, of
Johnston, were in town on Friday
of last week.
Father Gwy: n will preach in our |
village Catholic church on next
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
More wheat will be sown in this
vicinity than for many years, in
deed a great deal has been put ia
the ground already.
All the stores in town, including
the Telephone Exchange, will be
closed on next Thursday, Nov.
24th, to return thanks for what we
are about to receive.
Kerosene Oil Stove at W. W.
Adams' f jr Bale. Large enough to
bake a turkey. All you have to do
is to furnish the turkey the, stove
will do the rest.
The Gap road now runs a Sun
day train, leaving depot at 2.45 p.
m. and leturning at 3 35 p. m.!
Sometimes this train brings the j
mail, sometimes it don't.
Miss Aycock had the advantage
of personally buying in the markets
and selected what her customers j
desire and need, and is prepared to
trim stylish and pretty hats.
The Light Dragoons and the j
Hussars made a handsome .show
in the inspection last week. The
number out waB large and the
parade an exceptionally good one.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.-I
offer for sale tour, building lots on
the new street, Addison Avenue,
in rear of grove, containing three
quarters to two and a half acres as
parties may desire. Apply to
TKOS. J. ADAMS.
Thc Rev. G. H. Burton will at
an early day return to Edgefield
county to live. For a year or two
past Mr. Burton has been a resi
dent of Abbeville county. Many
friends will be glad to learn of his
contemplated retu:n to his old
home. He has been a faithful
worker* in the cause and l?aves
many regrets behind him, among
WANTED-Reliable and expe
rienced salesman to handle a good
line of Lubricating Oils and
Greases on commission. Address
THE CLINTON OIL CO., Cleveland,
Mr. Hampden Brooks, a son of
Capt. J. Hampden Brooks, after a
lingering illness, died at the home
of his father nn^unday last.. - His
"^remains were in terrel ?nlt?? Brooks
square of the cemetery at this
place on Tuesday of this week?
Mr. Brooks was a civil engineer by
profession, and contracted the dis
ease of which he died while in the
discharge of his duty. Deceased
was capable, talented ami high
-?toned. Peace to his memory.
A fall line of Crepe Paper, ir. al!
-colors, at Lackey's, the Jeweller.
We know a negro, not ten miles
from Edgefield, who has killed
three mules and a steer in working
s one horse farm, and all this year.
He says he "has had awdacious
bad luck with his stock, fed 'em
well, too, and watered 'em regular
every Thursday." If ' man's inhu
manity to man makes countless
thousands mourn, how much
mourning wou d there be if the
^ brute creatures could make their
On Tuesday night next there
tw21 be a hot supper in the Y. M.
?C. .A. hall for the benefit of the
.Methodist personage. There will
be, in addition to the supper, a
.magic lantern show, fish pond and
' rgrab bag adjunct, all for the small
2 ?sum of 25c. The following are the
.Soliciting and Supper Commit
tee-Mrs.- Joe Ouzts, chairman ;
Mrs. W H Ouzts, E L Jackson, J T
Mims, Lizzie Nicholson, Albert
Nicholson, Spann Barr, Mary Jen
nings, W S Covar, Miss Mellie
bussell, Mrs D Z Dantzler, T H
JRainstord, J B Hill, S T Hughes,
31 i SB Jennie Hughes, Mrs Robert
Covar, Robert Dunovant, Mary
Schenk, Mary Campbell, Ernaline
Cartledge, W H Foster, James
Committee on Magic Lantern.
Mrs Joe Ouzts, Misses Sudie Davie,
Committee on Decoration and
Amusement.-Misses Mary Evans,
Sudie Davis, Corrie Jackson, Kate
Samuels, Tillie Davis, Eliza Mc
Cullough, Bessie Ouzts, Mamie
Covar, Lizzie Hill.
Coffee Committee.-Miss Lou P
Gary, chairman ; Mrs R M Jones,
Hallie Greneker, W H Ouzts, J M
Fish Pond Committee.-Mrs E J
Mims, chairman ; Misses Mary
Evans, Lizzie Hill, Addie Cart
- ledge, Tillie Davis, Minnie Jack
son, Alice Barr, Mrs B Timmons.
Special Rate co Columbia.
On Nov. 12th to 18th the South
ern Railway will sell tickets as
above, atone fare plus fifty cents
round trip. Also on Nov. 15th,
I6th 17th, limited to 19th, at very
low rates. Special trains will be
run Nov. 16th and 17th. For full
Vi information apply to agents South
J. B." HE-WARD, T. P. A.,
Attention, Edgefield Rifles !
You are hereby ordered to as- '
semble at the usual place of meet
wg on Monday evening, Nov, 21st,
?t 8 o'clock sharp. By order
J. R. TOMPKINS, Captain.
J, E. Hart, Jr., O. S.
8. C. C. L Dots.
Capt. Cain, of the S.C. C. I., wh'
has been sick for the past week *
stiilr confined to his bed. It .'}.
fea/ed that he has pneumonia.
The B. Y. P. XT. social met at the
residence of Mrs. J. C. Sheppard
on Friday night last. The social
was largely attended, and every
one was pleased to see the Institute
boys and girls there in th uni
The musical which wa8 to have
been given on Tuesday evening of
this week in the opera house has
been postponed on account of the
sickness of Capt. Cain and Miss
The Oxford caps for the S. C. C.
I. girls have arrived. They are
very pretty and becoming.
The Rev. Mr. Gordon of the
Episcopal church, delivered avery
interesting lecture on "The Eng
lish Church" to the Institute stu
dents one day last week.
By a Nigger. .
En forty-cent co'n,
But de nigger stay happy
Ez sho' ez you bo'n !
En he'll still be happy
Wen Gabrul olow his ho'n,
En walk in de kingdom
. In de mawnin'l"
Uncle Randall says: "Niggers
is slackened up on stealing this
winter bekase the white folks ain't
got nothin' to steal."
Jim Jones is the onliest, nigger
in the ?D^ted States who has ]?aid
up his let.n, and he is clean out
and gone rind running a ruBty ram
tu Edgefkld town, bought a stove
on time fiom Padgett & Fair.
There s e no bad iujun niggers
in Edgefi.-ld now since Col. Wes
Oliphant':, great speech years ago,
in which he said : "The Angel of
Gawd ha- flewed over Edgefield
and dropped a fedder outen one of
his wings Vi the public square."
? Niggers rather be called color
ed folks, hat if you' can't cali 'em
dat call V:i jes plain nigger, r-.nd
for Gawd^ sake don't call 'em nee
grows.. A jee-grow is fuB cousin
to de devil.
Bob Hart bas made arrange
ments With the Augusta Dye
Works to have Ab Clark's clothes
dyed with Ab in 'em, and then
raffle him .-lothee and all overact)
on Ralesd^y in December. The
last raffle g ive a great deal of dis
The Bible tells about "hewers of
wood" and "drawers of water" and
dat'8 jes whr^t de nigger is, and ef
it warn't a t. c to add to the words
I would sa. "hewers of wood,"
' drawers of vritei" abd "pickersof
cotton." r > ia what de nigger
was put here for, dat's what he is
and de sooner ho finds it out and
drops poIytickB de more sense he's
got. Deys one thing I lak to ax
dem niggers what's alluB foolin'
wid poly ticks: Where do dey git
der rashuns from 'publicans or
demercrack? Who dey rent land
furn 'publicans or demercracke?
Who buys 'em- a-, mule when dey
dun'kilt dVnder^brre?1 Who pays
fer de coffin when dey wife dun
ded?. Who pays dey doctor bill?
Who keeps 'em out er jail when
dey been stealin'? And who do
dey git der eggvance furn? God
ermity put de Angry Saxons here
ter rule dis country and dey is
a-doin' it, and dey ?B er gwine to
do it, tell de horn blows, and de
nigger who ain't got at least one
friend ermong dis Angry Saxon
race is poorer dan eber Lazarus
was ; de dawgs won't even lick him.
The fools will never be dead,
I will tell you the reason why ;
The young ones thej grow up,.
Before the old ones die.
From Nov. 1st until April 30th,
1899, Winter Tourist tickets to
principal Southern resorts, includ
ing Asheville and Hot Springs, N.
C., and Florida points, will be on
salo at special rates via Southern
Railway. Tickets allow fifteen
days stop-over, and are good to re
turn until'May 31, 1899.
Quick schedules and excellent
service via Southern Railway. Call
on any agent of \he company for
detailed iuf >rmation as to sched
S. H. HARDWICK,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt,
The best farmers journal in the
Southern States. Published twice
each month at $1.00 per year.
From Nov. 1st to January, 1900,
for $1.00. Send me your subscrip
tions and renewals.
R. H. MIMS, Ageta.
Resolutions of the Fideliam So
ciety of the S. C. C. I. on fae
Death of Mrs. Atkinson..
As God has seen fit to tak e th<
mother of Stella Atkinson, a. mern,
ber of the Fidelian Literary So
ciety of the S. C. C. I., wJjich has
caused her to be no lougev with us
be it resolved,
1st. Thst we, the member? of the
F. L. 3?, extend our sincere gym.
pathy to our dear sister and her
family in their moments of afflic
tion and sorrow.
2nd. That God may guide, bless
and protect her throughout life. J
3rd. That we are exceedingly
sorry that she has to leave us.
4th. It is hereby ordered that a
copy of these resolutions be sent
to her family, a copy be filed with
the secretary of our society, and a
copy be sent to each of the county
papers for publication.
CURRAN HARTLEY, .
Rice ! Rice ! Rice !
Consignments of Bough Rice solicit
ed. Prompt milling and return of
proceeds or account sales. Highest
market prices paid for good Rice.
"Carolina Rice Meal" or "Flour," the
cheapest and best stock food on the
marget, for sale at low figures.
WEST POINT MILL CO,
Charleston, 8. C. |
m \ma pain, danger and ^t* (.Cv'
R ' oible death for some ^> V '
PO; nss. For others it J" .U#
^ ns practically no Jki
^fortat all. there #f / V
f1300- won why child- /f -7 / X
if."?1, wuldbeaperiod ff
birt?,Bl \nd dread. Sev. ,? .
^F^1- iths before a liniin >V
T m01 becomes a , ?Te.
woman s shoui,i 1 r? ?e a'
mother a. . plied c:.
prepare he ^JLiT ternally
the critical ?;??f* }} relax
There is a pre Vie m,u'
tion made whic. . T des cad i
intended for thi * J?TO l
purpose alone. , distensu
The name of ' ' gives elastic
this wonderful *7 to eve; ,
preparatioii is ^ti^? ? ?'
Mother's $; i Sss?;
? ?wu*. BestrcBui
' toll ow if t?,
SST ? -em? dy is U? .
TP' c !urin? * tho who;
p eric d of pref
TIT ?ney. It is tl.
/I? a*0\ ?s doa Iv rem edy of il
hlgwN fi th: Lt is em 'orsed L.
H ^SsT/ fi ph raicians.
/*?S^x? -A>^ : a per botv lent ?1
vC^/ ' \ stores.-or ser
^Sfl&v. ^V???3? of riteo.
U ff^ 1 ^s31 Booirs>*ccr
fl . M di ning imTualuable
L??*\ fa. mata TCifcr all woin?. '
^Bo|& wi Ll be NBd; lo any aa
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Summons for Relief.
STATE OF SO ?TH 'CAROLINA,
COU'STT ?F EDG? FIELD.
In the Probate C !ourt..
(Con ?plai?t Not Bi ?rved.)
J. W. R. DeLaughter, a s adminis
trator ? >ff the estate t >f Frances
Dowty, -deceased, Pli lintiff, vs.
Mamie J. Norman, V\ \ E. Mat
thews, Walter Matthe ws, Lizzie
Ramsey, E. A. L'eLa? ghter, De
fendants. . ?
To the Defendants M'am ie J. Nor
man, W. D.'Matth -ems Walter
Matthews, Lizzie R; xm:>ey, E. A.
DeLaughter : . 1
You are hereby sum? noiied and
required to answer the complaint
in this action. anU to se ?ve a copy
of your auswer to the said com
plaint on the subscrib er at his
office at Jfidgefield C. 1 % S. C.,
within twenty days after 1 the ser
vice hereof, excludive of t he day of
such service; and if j'oi i fail to
answer the complaint wi thin the
time aforesaid the plaiuti, 9E in this
action will apply to the C ^urt for
the relief demanded in tl ie com
J. WM. TH UR MO Is rp,
Dated Oct. 6, 1898.
Attest: Plaintiff's At torney'.
J. D. ALLEN, [L. SJ fl* P.. E. C. '
To Mamie J. Norman, W. D '. ."Mat
. thews, Walter Matthews, Lizzie
Ramsey, non-resident c1 icienVj
ac ts :
You will please take not? :ce ?hat
the complaint in the above - snt' itled
action is on file in the of?k ;e o f the
Judge of Probate for the c- om j ty of
Edgefield in the State of ' South
J. WM. TH??lW? JD
Dated Oct. 6,1898.
Attest: Plaintiffs* Al
J. D. ALLEN, [L. S.] J. I?'.
I FAWCETT & CO. ?
I MILLS. Merci ants, i
V Manufacturer* of Self-Raiair'a? Flour, Grist, V
6 Meal, ar.d all Wads ot Cr ,ra Go ods.g
? Hour packed el?b .r '.n 15 ilk ar ?
A In 1 npor l'ackuir ,?i ja y B!r... J
W Ten Cars Choice Texas Ra?t-i?r oof Oats, this .
f> year's crop, at roc? boUnnv prices.^
T LIBERAL ADVAK? .Fc OT"rflr on all kind? tv
O of Country Troduco. <jarrt*i,ux . (lenee solicited. '\
J 2I0-2?8 BW STREE r, WEST, A
L Save nnahr *1 Ga. J
SPECI?I .li ST,
E" fE, EAR, ^rOSE, I
THROAT AND SiKJN. J
? 812 Broadway, Ar ??sta, Ga. j
Ye Olde Book e Store
711 Broad St., Augi t?ta/'Ga!
School books at' actual. sost, se'cwii
hand books at less. Slat BS, Tab lets
Pens. Pencils, \Vriting Pa? rorall ki."?*
at cost and less.
Don't fail to come if - JU twimt an"^
thing in our line. Old G ?sorgj.a am
South Carolina literature, ! 'IKS tories
etc^ wanted in exchange.
Money to Lo; in .
On farming lands. Easy pay ments
No commissions charged. Bo; rrowe
pays actual cost of perfect ing ? loar
Interest S per cent.
JNO. B. PALMER & SO
. Columb ia,
or J, TI. CAXTKLOU, Edgefteld , S
V.A. riemslree.l <? Bu
The Dealer? I jr
- Have-3?ovc<t To -
623 Broad Stregf,
Bra ss Tables, - \ "
Fine Umbrellas, ~
SEND FOR OUR
702 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA/
~ BL P
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA* ;OA^
Where he will still contl?tte-t?
fjivo his : '. i.i
FEEE EYE. TESTS
For all defects of sight. Grind
any shape and style pf ".len^e -,
while you wait.' , . .. .
ALL WORK GUARANTEED:
Tells if yon need giaates^ rea*
the oculist. .. . ^ [ I
-" ' " . . . ~-. .v jj - -?
?MARING ; . US
FOR EDGEffELD PEOfLi
fol . ' -T;
/02 MCINTOSH STREET
COR. BRO/?DA ?JD MCINTOSH.
KeDt by Miss Emmie' JMmmons, i?^th
place. There Edge.fleldI people. most d
?ba?e?te for best:.fai* ? bestrahl
ser y^ce, best'rooms, and all at reasons
ble figures. .
?teALFORB B EAKER;
Tn.the treatrnent..ofCanct?r,:Scrofula, Hernia. Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Nervous De
bility; Catarrh, all diseases ol' the Liver and Stomach, Constipation, Piles, and
all-diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. We are permanently located in Au
gusta at . 1
910 BROAD STREET.
Where we will be pleased to -meet our friends and patients, and all persons
afflicted with any
, Chronic or Long Standing Diseases
Special attention given to all diseases peculiar to the female sex.
'7 Consultation and examination FREE and invited.
We4 write no prescriptions, but prepare our own medicines,
? Office Hours S A. M. to 6 P. M. Sundays by previous engagement.
DRS. ALFORD & BAKER.
JOHN R. SCHNEIDER,
: ; ESTABLISHED A. D. 1840.
.li' .-..<...? . ,
-Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer ?rt
yauoRs, FSNE WINES,
" HAVANA CIGARS, MINERAL WATER, ETC.
" . . ' ..?'?U^.iA ...
Jf>t * '...." r . . . ; ...
.601 ?N?602 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
$ I'? i?fi
AG KNTS FOR
t ? :; ;yeu>re-Clicquot Ponsardim,
ig* i?Xft]baim*W?ne Company,
1 . .;f;:^?tj!??user-Buscli Brewing Ass'n.
? IM li) fe ??a?es? Sfcgf?s.
pricer ; to Suit the Times.
*'M ? I . We Want Your Patronage.
Wnyyou should buy of us?
.We buy as low as we can
That's business sense?
We sell as low as we can
That's progressive sense!
You buy as low as you can
That's coin mon sense!
You buy of US
That saves you Dollars and Cents.
.?road Street, .AUGUSTA, GA.
''ARE THE BEST.
I?I r B . ALLEN,
' \ 830 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
?T0BAGC0S AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
. ' Six Year.OId Corn Whiskey at $2.00 per gallon.
Y - .V.Prompt attention given to the Jug Trade.
All orders most be accompanied with the cash.
847 BROAD STREET,
GE O. P. COBB,
JOHUSTOW S. O.
Bi?iiture and Household Goods
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Etc
v ., HAVE JUST PURCHASED A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
Call's by Telephone promptly answered and attended to.
.. LOWEST PTIIOES.
806 BROAD STREET,
And would be pleased to have the sup
p'ortof'their friends, and yjll continue
to give drat elass meals and rooms at
" DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
559 Broad St.,
AUGUSTA-, - GA,
Keeps ONE of the best and
Boarding - Houses
Country friends and strangers1 patrc n
age respect!illly solicited,
L' M??? ^^^Sl . Hadan up-hill business ?t
li the people of the sur
W??II?f$??jlp^ S rounding country didn't
^???i/^Sr ^ '"^k know that we keep the
:?* best and cheapest goods.
MY friends and the public generally understand that I have tho
management of both the Hart stores. I have been in the
largest .Northern markets this season] buying goods for both
stores. The stocks are nearly all in how and we invte the attention
of all buyers this way.
PRINTS AND PERCALES-Prints at 4c good quality, and the
best brands on the market at 5c. Percales in many patterns from
Tic to mc.
DOMESTICS-This stock is up to the standard, embracing :Sea
Island?. Bed Ticking, Brown Sheeting, Shirting, Drills, Checked
Homespun, Cheviots, 10-4 Sheeting, Pillow Casing, and Bleaching
from 4c to the best.
BLANKETS, COMFORTS AND COUNTERPANES-These lines
are full and at prices as low ap any bouse can afford to Bell them.
PANTS GOODS-This line is full. Pants Jeaps at 10c,!15c, 18c,
20c, 25c, 30c, and 40c. Also a good assortn er t of Cassimeres.
FLANNELS-Red and White Woo". Flannels from 15c up. Out
ing Flannels from 5c up to the handsomest Bouretts at 10c Brown
and Bleached Cant?n Flannel from 5c to the best.
DRESS GOODS-Black Dress Goods in all styles ranging in
nrices from 10c to $1 per yard. Colored Dress Goods 10c, 15ct 20c,
22$cfc 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, and 75c.
LINEN-Table Damasks, 25c, 30c, 50c, and 75c. Towels from 5c
to 25c each. Doylies from 25c to $2 per doz. Crash 5o and 10o yard.
HOSIERY AND HANDKERCHIEFS-In these two lines
will be found everything desired by any E?gefiVd boyer. Hose and
Half Hose at 5c per pair and up to the best. Har dkerchiefs from 2?c
to 75c, this linecontairs everything that a person would want in cot
ton, linen or silk handkerchiefs.
GLOVES AND UNDERWEAR-Our Gio/e stock embraces at
least fifty different varieties, Children's, Ladies, and Gent's Gloves
from 10c per pair to$l. Our stock of Underwear ie the largest we
ha\e ever shown, the prices range from lOcoach to $1 for undervests..
WHITE GOODS-At this season there is not as much of these
lines sold as in the spring, but should any one need anything in these
lines they will find our stock complete in India La\vus,: L?nsdales-,
Checked Muslins, Dimities, Laces, Insertions, aud Embroideries.
TRUNKS AND VALISES-We have ' these in many styles and fe
prices. Give us a call when you want one. .. ......
NOTIONS-This stock contains a great many things, in fact
everything kept in a firstclass notion stock, Suspenders, Buttons, Pins,
Dress Findings, etc. ' i .'
CAPES AND JACKETS-This aiHIIMIIIHIHIIIIlimillllllllllllinmillllllilllimilg
fall's .stock . is the largest we havreE
'ever bhbwn. -Thirty: different lots ?
of Capes and Jackets in all the '=
latest ,^Tew York cuts, in Plush, |
Boucle, Beaver, and Ladies' Cloth. E
CORSETS AND UMBRELLAS |
-Ten different styles of Glove E
Fitting Corsets, six styles of R. & 5
G. Corsets, four elyles of Corset E
Waists, embracing the celebrated E
"Ferne Good Sense" Waist. Um- =
brellas from 50c to $2. S
SHOES! SHOES ! ! SHOES ll! ?
$2,000 worth of Shoes. All I ask |
is a careful inspection of my shoes, = ?Sf^^W^F3"- 1
and if I fail to sell you a Zeigler ^iaiII isiiillllllhllf lill llllllimitllllf IIIIIIIIHf Hf lillis
Bros. chas I can send you across
to LDC E. B. Hart Clothing and Shoe Store and.possibly please you in
a Bay State Shoe. Respectfully,
J?IVOT:? m HART,
AT THE ALVIN HART & CO. OLD STAND,/" :
Clothing, Shoes and Hats.
YOUR Husbands and Boys life to be as well dressed as anyone,
and there .'8 no reason why they should not be/, when we make
it possible for them to bny in ?dgefield up-to-date clothing sa
cheap as they can get it in a city store. Our Men's-Suits are $3.50, $4,
$5, $8, $9, $10, $12.50, $14, $16, $20, $25^ Boys Suits
IHIIimn??IIini iilli| from $1 to $5. Gent's Pants from 50c to $7 per pair.
Boys Pants from 3oc up.
Gent's Undervests from 25c to $1.50 each. Gent's
Negligee and Dress Shirts from 25c to $1. Gent's
I and Boys' Collars and Cuffs in all styles. Cravats,
I the largest line that we have j ever offered from 5c
E each to 75c.
I XStetts and Caps,
This line like all of our lines is perfectly new, tba
E goods having all come in since the 15th of August.
Our Hats range in [price from 25c to $4.50. taps
from 25c to 50c.
We handle the Bay State line of Children's, Ladies'
and Gent's Shoes, which line is well known all over America, and
nothing I could say would be news to the Edgefield buyers on the
subject of Bay State Shoes.
This whole stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gent's Furnish
ings is on the market now and will be for the next 90 days at prices
to compare with cotton. The stock is complete now with new goods,
several thousand dollars worth having come in since Aug. 15th.
THE E. B. HART STORE,
JAS. E. HABT, Administrator.
NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF EDGEFIELD.
Wo ED* LACKEY
TELEPHONE No. 100.
iii - Alista ii ls aili
LARGE STOCK OF ENGINES, CHEAP AID GOOD.
IPA DH ? Iron Works and
!D/ni\L/ ( Supply Company,
MACHINEY AND SUPPLIES. RERAIRS, Etc., QUICKLY MADE
gm~ GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY.